The Feed a child project provides nutrition, education and opportunities to 510 people - children from birth to 14 years old, pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers, in order to break the cycle of poverty.
The United Mexican States, with its more than 120 million inhabitants, is the most populated Spanish-speaking country and one of the most linguistically diverse. Almost 300 languages are spoken throughout Mexico, of which 67 are recognized as official. The country is also the largest tourist power in Latin America and the second largest economic power after Brazil.
Thanks to this project, with the collaboration of the Casa de la Amistad, children and their families can benefit from comprehensive and educational assistance in order for students who are unwell to be able to continue to go to class.
The “Accompanying a generation” project aims to reduce the social gap for children and young people through training strategies which enable them to better develop as they achieve real equality of opportunity.
The UPAEP (Popular Autonomous State University of Puebla in Mexico) provides scholarships and support to young people with dreams of social leadership in order to help them become agents of change in their communities.
The Mano Amiga de Chalco organization, through the “Transforming children's and young people's lives in Valle del Chalco”, works to bring about the full integration of those individuals who do not have the same opportunities for development due to their socio-economic status.
The “Red Nose School” project for children with cancer, carried out by the Campeones de vida NR A.C association, offers quality education, health and nutritional care to 100 people in Jalisco, Mexico.
The program "An investment in the future", developed by the UPAEP (The Popular Autonomous University of the State of Puebla) with the support of Fundación MAPFRE, strengthens the leadership and capacities of more than 50 communities at risk of exclusion in the towns of Puebla , Oxaca, Guerrero and Veracruz, in Mexico.
This Comunidad MAPFRE project, in conjunction with the Panamerican University deals with topics such as education, health care, legal advice, and promoting the development of beneficiaries and their abilities.
The Fundación CMR – Comedor Santa María works on the “Feed a child” program in Santa Fe, Mexico City, which offers a balanced diet and human training to 330 vulnerable children and pregnant women in the area.
La Fundación CMR – Comedor Santa María works on the "Feed a child" program in Hornos, in Mexico City. The project offers a full meal from Monday to Friday during the entire school year for 230 children living in extreme poverty.
This center, located in an area of great social inequalities, aims to improve the living conditions of the population with a comprehensive program offering services such as nutrition, medical attention, legal advice or educational workshops.
The project is called “Children and young people learning, forging, recognizing, feeling, training and creating.” It is being carried out by the Casa de la Amistad in Mexico, and works to cover the needs of children and young people of limited financial resources with cancer.
The CESAL organization is carrying out the “Accompanying a generation” project which offers comprehensive attention to help improve the quality of life of 300 boys, girls and adolescents of Oaxaca, Mexico.
The Mano Amiga de Chalco organization works to provide a comprehensive education-- humanistic, intellectual and based on social values-- to the poor boys and girls of Valle del Chalco, in Mexico City.
The social sports school “We Grow”, in Oaxaca in Mexico, contributes to improving the living standards of 130 children and their families residing in the marginalized urban community of Pintores.
The “Red Nose School” offers free, quality education to girls, boys, adolescents and young people suffering from cancer or blood-related diseases in Jalisco, Mexico.
The Fundación CMR – Comedor Santa María, A.C., with the support of Fundación MAPFRE, covers the dietary needs of 330 boys and girls and pregnant women.
The Fundación CMR -- Comedor Santa Maria, is in collaboration with the “Feed a Child” program which supplements the poor nutrition of children and pregnant women who live in conditions of extreme poverty in the community of Hornos, Mexico City.
This project, which is carried out by the Casa de la Amistad, allows children and young people with limited financial resources to access oncological treatment as well as receive specific support to overcome their illness.
The Fundación Real Madrid and CESAL run a school fostering social and sporting values in Oaxaca which look after 120 boys and girls and young people, between 5 and 17 years old, who come from deprived areas and who are at risk of marginalization.
CESAL offers support to 200 boys, girls and adolescents, as well as 100 mothers, fathers and guardians from the Monte Alban community in the city of Oaxaca. The main objective of this initiative is to reduce school dropout and increase the opportunities of these children.
This program is carried out by the UPAEP to promote rural development through the education of college age youth. In total, 80 full scholarships are offered so the recipients can further their studies and then apply their knowledge to the rural communities of Puebla.
Campeones de la Vida NR A.C. is carrying out the “Escuela Nariz Roja” project with which it offers children suffering from cancer and with limited resources in the state of Jalisco, a school where they can continue their studies during their illness.
Mano Amiga de Chalco is implementing this comprehensive education project in a deprived area of Mexico City. Thanks to the project, 940 boys, girls and young people in risk of exclusion break the circle of poverty and marginalization and face their future with optimism.
Fundación CMR – Comedor Santa María, A.C offers a balanced diet to 230 children from 4 months to 16 years old, and women who are pregnant or breast-feeding who live in poverty in the community of Hornos, an extremely deprived area of Mexico City.
The Fundación CMR – Comedor Santa María, A.C offers a balanced diet to 330 boys and girls between the ages of 4 months and 16 years old who live in extreme poverty. They are provided with a full daily menu which covers 65% of the RDI (Recommended Daily Intake.)